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All reviews on the rocks walk up chiang mai beautiful waterfall climb down fun climbing take your time red taxi picnic area green algae sunny day great fun free entrance google maps cool water cool experience a lot of fun
We booked a tour here and Doi Suthep with ChiangmaiTrekking. So great! This is an amazing place to visit and we spent a couple of hours climbing up and down the waterfall. Super fun! Ask for Tom to be your guide/driver. He was fantastic!
We Where at the uppercut levels from the watherfalls. It was so beautifull.
Our youngest kid is 7 years old and It was a bit slippery for her. But not scared at all.
Just bring your own drinks and food. There is not much over...More
Bua Tong is also called the sticky waterdall, because it is made of limestone rocks on which you can climb up or abseil down with the help of ropes. It’s about an hours drive from Chiang Mai, in the jungle, and is a fun free...More
This was soo great! We were so glad we decided to do this because we weren't 100% sure about how the waterfall would be, but it was totally worth it. Beautiful waterfall and easy to climb up (coming from someone who is very unfit haha)!...More
This was recommended to me by a coworker and I think it’s very underrated. I’ve never seen or heard of anything like it and it was such a thrill! Highly recommend proper footwear (my friend and I were both prepared with Teva sandals with a...More
You get to walk through and play in the falls. It is actually sticky. I like rocks and this rock was neat. Each section had different paths so laps were not redundant. There was rope if you wanted extra safety. Go barefoot! There are lockers...More
I was unsure whether to include this in my visit but am so glad i did. Locals call it the Sticky Waterfalls. It has a white smooth appearance from the limestone. You can park very close and leave your belingings in a locker. You only...More
Definitely worth doing if you have time in Chiang Mai. I didn’t know what to expect from the sticky waterfall but I was pleasantly surprised. You can actually walk up the waterfall! There are ropes to help you up. You can walk all the way...More
What a fantastic experience for free enjoying nature with the assistance of a rope to pull yourself up the rocks.
There are small flat pools which you can rest in along the journey up. It's an activity for all ages but you need to be...More
Response from Brianrcooke | Reviewed this property |
It’s broken into 3 sections so you get a chance to have a breather but it is pretty easy, it’s called the sticky waterfall because the grip from the sandstone is incredible so it’s unlikely that you will slip. It’s an easy... More
It’s broken into 3 sections so you get a chance to have a breather but it is pretty easy, it’s called the sticky waterfall because the grip from the sandstone is incredible so it’s unlikely that you will slip. It’s an easy climb so have fun x